Storm Trackers

McAllister, Bryce
August 2005
Fire Chief;Aug2005, Vol. 49 Issue 8, p136
Trade Publication
Presents information about the use of a weather monitoring system by the fire department in Dexter, Michigan. Realization by the department of the importance of having its own weather service; Use of the public safety version of MxVision WeatherSentry by Meteorlogix to monitor the exact time storms will hit the area; Advantages of weather services.


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